Your Beartown Voice

Linking Business & Community in Congleton

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Beartown Voice is your Congleton magazine, delivered 10 times per year directly in to 10,000 homes and business. 

The team behind Beartown Voice consists of Congleton business owner Dave Powell, who runs Thrive Creative, and Katy O’Regan who has a passion for serving the local community with independent magazines.

Our aim is to link businesses and services to the community, we will always prioritise a local business first. Our high quality printed magazines will offer a cost effective way for businesses to advertise – with our rates starting at only £40 per edition. We know the area, the local people and have excellent connections with local businesses and the wider community.

More than just a business listing...

The Beartown Voice is not simply a business listing. It is crucial to us that there is a mix of articles and we would welcome local contributors to share their expertise – whether you like your craft beers, history, are a business adviser, chef or fitness expert and you would like to write us a regular article we would love to hear from you.

Advertising rates & artwork

Sixth of a page: £40

64mm (w) x 61mm (h)


Quarter page: £70

64mm (w) x 94mm (h)


Half page: £125

132mm  (w) x 94mm (h)

Full page: £210

132mm (w) x 192mm (h)

How to book your space

Booking your space is simple, contact us today and we'll arrange your booking

07541 600 131

 07522 374 870 

Latest Articles & News...

Why advertise with Beartown Voice

From Katy...

Welcome to the first edition of 2021 of Beartown Voice. I am currently under strict instructions to lie, stand or walk following back surgery, sitting is not allowed – so I am writing this in a horizontal position!

I have been getting out a little bit and doing the odd walk, but I have been so scared of slipping on the recent snow it’s mainly been Netflix keeping me entertained, I think I have watched nearly everything on there (twice). I like to be busy, so following instructions to do nothing has been very hard. One thing I have been grateful of is the magazine, it has kept me functioning and given me a routine, this wouldn’t have been possible if it wasn’t for our businesses and contributors.

I am not sure about you, but this lockdown feels harder than the previous two, probably because of the shorter days and cold weather, however I am filled with optimism as the vaccine gets rolled out and the days get warmer and longer. With that in mind, I look forward to being here writing my introduction next month – not to wish my life away, just to speed it up a little for a couple of weeks so we can get back to normal.